Health and Safety

Health and Safety at Kent College Dubai

Kent College Dubai is a premium British international School in Dubai. Staff and pupils’ well-being is of paramount importance to us. We are committed to implementing and monitoring rigorous policies and systems to ensure the highest levels of safety and security for both our staff and our pupils.

Our Health and Safety Policy outlines the expectations and procedures for all situations. As a school we regularly conduct internal and external (Dubai Civil Defence/Municipality) reviews and inspections for all possible situations.

Our staff are highly accountable for the safety of our students, with clear and stringent supervision expectations which are monitored and upheld in all areas and at all times of the school day.

Please refer to our Health and Safety Policy  or our Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy for more information. These Documents are housed in Google Documents so that we can keep the information updated. Links to these documents are available in our weekly Newsletter.

Please feel free to contact the relevant member of our Health and Safety team for further information or suggestions:

Health and Safety Officer – Sunil Shakya 

The Designated Safeguarding Lead for the Senior School is Kim Gore, who can be contacted at

The Designated Safeguarding Lead for the Junior School is Muireann Carroll, who can be contacted at

The following staff make up the school’s “Team around a child” team:

Covid-19 Processes

In light of the current COVID-19 global crisis, Kent College Dubai was swift to implement policies, procedures and equipment, as measures to ensure the safety and health of every member of our KCD community. Such meet or exceed all regulatory guidance from the Dubai Health Authority (DHA), Dubai Municipality (DM) and the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA).

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